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   Dubois Morning Courier (Newspaper) - December 1, 1902, Du Bois, Pennsylvania                               DUBOIS MORN COURIER VOL 42 Wreckage Along Co.ists of the British Provinces. MANY G A NT KKSCUKS RKl'ORTKD Mnnv l.lvi'H I.ont On Uiu pf Ktirnpn anil Koporta Stlrl Coining In. N. S Nor. 11 violuiit Htorin nn tliu Capu Brotou nnnHt SiUnurdnj- nixl Saturday much dnmngu was to shipping Thn captain of tlio Norwoginu stoatuc-r Lnvntiikknii Kallinitly rosouocl a orow of twulvn iiiun from a Prouoh flslitiiK viwml. tliu Blniiolio Thti latter wax In cliinttor of ftiandqrliiK when thu NorwoKlan hur of nml down. Sho stood by six Corbett's Store News hours when a lifeboat was launched and in tin- faoo of the greatest danger the Blanche win reached and tlio orow titkun oil'. The steamer Jacques a aide lost her mdder the north const of Prince Edward's Island and wan to pieces on the rooks. Her orow of siwen men were but tliu valued 'at three thous- and was a total as woll as the vosacl Tho Ainofloan Kuliooner Centennial in reported in distress oK thu Nov.- FoundInud tioast. An iioenn tug left to tow her to Sidney. Swedish Crew Lost. Nov. stoamor with all on is and tho Swedish stoinner Knog Soigord wont down in t.lio galo which has been raging off tlio coasts of tlio British and only tho captain was saved of the entire crow. Havoc Off Portugal. 30. fear ful Rale 19 raging off the coast of For- and ninny lives are known to liavu boon and it is foarad umny more liavn pnrisliert. I.ARC1EST CONTRACT LEATHER DOLLS. Indian dolls 10 incites made of features burned on. They arc and will delight the baby and prove a favorite in the little girls' doll family. Price 25 Also for 2jc Dressed dolls with long Undressed ones with long that o to sleep. D L CORBETT GO Ever fliven to American Firm Goes to Westinghouse. Nov. amounting to apwards of sovnn mill- ions have hbaon closed with tlio West- iiiK'ioaso company for equipping many miles of tramways in tho city of South Australia. This in tho largest contract ever secured by an American aud the work of converting and equipping the tram way for cileetrioal operation will re- qairo upwards of two years. Remorse or Despair. Nov. Hat- Mo of who wan ar- rested Sntmday charged with caus- ing tiu htir two r'nughtorp by uommittod suicide in nail today by hanging herself to tho bod post. Sho made use of tvo towels which wero in hor coll with which to hang herself. Struck hv Train. Nov. Natroni and Miko strack by tlin Clovcland flyer on the Fort Wayne road at Lcotsdalo tonight. Natroui killed his head being ont off and the body hor- ribly nud Linshgor was fa- tally injured. B. and 0. I Wrecked. Nov. HO. man was killnd and at loast thirty parsons wore injured in a wreck of the Chi- cago flyer on the Baltimore r.nd Ohio road tonight. Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 5 free instruction will bo given in the new Monntmuliok embroidery at the Art ami Depavtmoiit store. .10 North Brady street. 2t2 An Overcoat should do two keep the wearer Warm and look well. OUR OVERCOATS DO BOTH. The variety we have to pick from is all the pop- ular 50 inches. The ones are exceptionally full skirted and hang gracefully. The colors are priced from to in 'the newest and 44 inch coals in and Mixct' goods at up to --20 The best quality for the price. MKN'S and BOYS' SUITS. Wi- arc showing the prettiest patterns on thp a black unfinished worsted at that wa- never intended lo hi sold for less than A fio. black clay worsted that i- worth every cent of 12.000. CHILDREN'S OVERCOATS in the same style as men's long Black ai.ci Green mixtures to on our suits and C.V.TC n's. lie close to ilie and the front holds tl.e are broad. OF to nick liw just opened a spleudul assortment of wnuer caps for-men bns and L. E. UUBOI5 DECEMBER 1902 PRICE ON E CEM Are Reported to Be In Tip-top Shape Now. Nov. is un- officially announced tonight that the ministers of the United Stales and Columbia hare mot in practical aooord'flS'the qncstlon of the Panama and that the re- sult of the understanding will be formally announced by the department or state tomorrow. It is stated tonight that the depart- ment received a cable message from Minister the message preceding only a few hours the official uotifloa tion from the Colombian that he had received final instructions from his government. The depart- ment of state declines to announce the advices but it Is understood to be satisfactory. Will Rebuild in Spring. D. B. whose gre nhonse was destroyed by flro Saturday stated to a Courier porter that there was insnranoe on the not anywhere near enough to cover Ms which is many times in ex- cess of that amount. Tiie plants and do wore in one portion of the house protected by B partition trom the pait bnrned were saved. Mr. Clark stated chat he would not rebuild the houses before next as it is now too late to prepare any stock for this season's trade. He will ship in s upplies as needed and continue to meet tlio trade demands from his Long avenue store as usual. Funeral Services Yesterday Fn'ioral services over the remains of Miss Lena who died the Biadford hospital were held at the home of the deceaied'i Mrs. James 311 Karr at 4 o'clock yesterday by Rev. J. Bell Neff. The body will be taken this morn- lug to New Bethlehem by train. thouon driven to Arm- strung for interment. Miss Crow was a member of the Bradford Protected Home Cir- and the DnRois lodge attended the funeral services as a body. The funeral of the little daughter of Mr. nud Mrs. Ernest Griesemer waa hold Saturday afternoon from the home ot Mrs Anna East Webor avenue. Rev. J. V. Ball con- ducted the services whtoh were at- tended by a large number of friends. KEPT THEIR TELEGRAPHERS SECRET WELL IL COURT OPENS TODAY have a of an that Is a A genuine Frieze inches long-Made and trimmed equal to the kind. Really a value for LOEB BROS R. P. Increases Salaiies All Aronnd. FROM FESU.C ENT 't Road's LlBcrality Places Wagi-a on Stnndaitl cf Other VJfc B1K Lines The ootcinittoo representing the telegraph along tlie lino of R. iyid P. which has been in Rochester for some time con- ferring Geo. H. as- in regard to a E6W wage has totnrned and reports the entire success of thdir mission. The waguv of all telegraphers on tho -nooording to the agree- ment signed by the reprosouiatives of the 0. B. T. and tlie railway will be advanced from 6 to 30 per differing in individual casos. The raise awonnts to an average of about 12j par oout. and is to hti retro- taking effect from the first of jlorao minor points were also adjusted' This latew liberality towaids em- ployes evidenced by tlie B R. uud P. brings tlM wages of tho telepraph- ers up to tbifSrandard paid by the' Pennsylvania main lino aucl other first class roadi. The trainmen ceived an aoV.inoG some time ago are working a scale higher than j is paid by other similar corpora- tion in the tJrritory. The telegraph men were laat to get vhe benefit of the increasing remuneration for labor. The oomn Htee consisted of ten' members of 0. B. T. from differ- ent points alf-ug the line and they spent 10 dayi in Rochester In confer- ence and negotiation. All the be 78 hereabouts wero in good spirits Hat evening over the re- ly Rs it menus quite a few dollars apiece in eaph envelope. The minimum on road is now where befortilHiere werp a few receiv- ing as low emK 12. Most of larger sta- mvoo To-Morrow Night. the Prince of will give his grant performance at the Av- enue theatre tomorrow con- sisting of a two hone program made up as part forty min- utes of bewilderment uiid hjinorons a Bouquet of Mysteries in- cluding the Occult the Cabi- net of Balmma and Maro's latest sen- Magic cf the oouolud- ng wiith his Flags of all part music on various instruments iuolnd-' ing tlie goglegpeg one and tlie Javona an instrument 1C feet containing 154 pipes and played on by four and lastly his rapid part forty more of bewildering magic. j Maro is one of tlie world's greatest Magicians and will give an entertain- ment thoroughly satisfactory in every respeot. He is the most versatile man on tho stage today in his work. Seats now oil sale at the Avenue the- atre box office. At the Avenue atre tomorrow night. 1 Swell designs and newest shades in heavy saxony sweaters as warm as an and I Loeb tf i Mr. Bennett aud Miss Rose Tracy The Calendar is a Very Ordinarj Married Last August. One. Two well known young ixsople ot DnBom have stolen march on their ntitnorons friends and the annonuce- iront that they were mariiod as long ugo.fVB lost August will come a sur- prise. It on the 13th of that month when Miss Boso Helen Tracy and TWO HOMICIDE CASES ON DOCKET Three DnBoie' will Answe for Tranngretslons of the Law. The December term of orimiual George W. Bonnott quietly slipped court will open at Olearfleld thii off to Buffalo and wero duly wedded morning w ith Judge Gordon on the by a paatoi of the Bison t'lty bench. Thoro arc about the nflua After their they went on nniubor of oases on the docket for their usual way and confined the se- and none of especial moment oret onlj to a veiy few of their very from this end of the intimate friends and enjoined them Two homicide oases in which the to the most silent kind of silence. defendants are will oome Last Miss who lias up. One of them is from Munsoii beou chief operator at the Bell tole- aud the other from MoOartney. Clara phono exchange for about eight Irene Wiser and Lilliin Frank- resigned her position and last night of who were arrested the facts were made public for the about a month ngo by the borough first time. authorities on the charges of selling The bride is a daughter of Fred liquor without a selling liq- ox-chief of has spent nor on soiling liquor to all hev lite in DuBois and possesses a minors and conducting bawdy-houses large circle of friends. Mr. Bennett will face the jury on theno various is chief ulerk for Superintendent charges. The Wiser woman has been Gardner of the K. and and ont on but the other two have although comparatively a new coiner been enjoying the hospitality of in has established many wann Sheriff MoCullongh in'the county del lips. jail. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett will bo at Most of the time of the court will homo at No. 8 Church after Ixs taken up with minor oases. January next. The folio DuBoisites have been _ drawn to serve on the grand v G o W. Daniel J. E. James young. Long_ Iaaao SBnmeI H. It is noticed by the comments of H. Soheid asd A. T. Sprankle. the press that Janies-Young is a mom- The traverse jurors drawn from this place for the first week H. S. C. A. G. M. her of tho which is to tour this section ot tho country right soon. It is understood Thomaa Patrick that the company will fill an engage- Chas. F. Frank ment at the Avenue theatre. The B'obort K. J. B. Frank announcement by the management Morris M. J. will have a special interest for some and J. A Slaugheuhaupt. of the DuBois patrons of I he HOODOO STUCK. as they remember the young man ns a visitor here about the tima he be- gan his career on the and also in later seasons. They remember Dead Locomotive Jumped Track him ns talented and and saw enough of him to predict a bright future for him. Since then tlie Con- nnd Delayed Traffic. A small wreck on the R. and tAor has lieard from him in New tna' ooourvqd shortly shortly after where he had more than one yesterday iv point between ful season with popular Brookwayville and delayed and where he was a social figure in freight traffic for Iseveral the Players' and heard from Three locomotives that were recently him on where he went to smashed up ou the Rochester division broaden his knowledge of the art were bemg tovod to the shopo at this which he so early in life elected to place for repairs and brought their aud it is n pleasure to note hoodoo along. One of them jumped that he is again coming this way. the traok and tore things up so much He ought now to be getting near to that it was along in the evening be- his and his judgement of what fore tho right of way was ready for characters he can best assume is no business again. In the meantime tho doubt fully ripened. Remembering passenger trains were run over tho the promising young man of a few Penna. road from Carman Interchange years DuBois would no doubt to thus losing little furnish a very good audienco tor time. company. I--------------------- Every style of glove under the Hftts' Panama 8nd the new for dross or leather low orown' wide brim- telescope or 25o to A swell line sliape' oreased rough rider of ladies' wool gloves and mittens. and fedora blacks and new shapes. L E. tf Loeb tf MACHINES We have all makes of talking -ISjlison ..Elionqgrapli. A big line of records for all make- just received. The new Edison Moulded not easily damaged like the old ones. Come In and Hear Them. C. Luther Talk is Unnecessary to sell our goods. The Quail y of materials used and the r- ness of our prices are the reas- ons why our goods Sell Thfmselvts Our Men's Suits and Overcoats sie perfect in every and exGfy garrnerjt i that swell appearance antfelegant fit which has made Hecht's Clothing Famous. We have on sale some elegant rnalues Suits and Overcoats New fabrics and the latest styles. The price is only A special offer in Boys' age 6 to worth at MORF18 OPPFNHEIMEE. Mgr. HAZEL HYATT of 15 Second Was the snccesful gttesser on Saturday. Her guess was 1860 while the total number of child- ren who came to see Santa Clans was 1850. Miss Hyatt is winner of the prize doll. Saturday was indeed a great .'lay with the children. How they round the table the Mechanic.il dolls and toys are shown. How some of the smaller ones looked in ment when shown into S.uita Clans' workshop. The toy store is now open fur regular business. Santa Claus c.ui be seen any afternoon. Men's Sox. Good warm socks are now in demand and oar stock is so com- plete that you can suited and save money here Blue wool socks ioc p.iii i' heavier iSc White a splendid aiticlo pair Black and colored fine cashmere socks i8c or 3 pairs for 50 cents. Best quality Hand spun and knit. .sox 38 cents a pair. Our special Bargains in Rubbers as adveitised Saturday Morning in a way that proves that hey were appreciated. If you need any kind of rubbers this is he place to come for them. r Just A Little Better than year that's whaf we keep a you for your money in fOo wear. Slippers For start at the quarter and stop short at the mark. Warm one's as well as the fancy eui- broidire and leather ones. Garnet and Black colors. For Women. T1 ey're priced from the to the pair. A most complete lot of tbe warm kinds as well as the fancy and plainer ones in leather of all kinds. Your ideal on is surely here. We've a. lot of for little and' little just the sort yon would like for long even- wont you look them I'll please us and we'll try and please you. THE SHOE MAN v Match which is booked to play here Wednea day came this far on the flvor yes terday afternoon and pnt np at th. Windsor. They go to thi a where they will engagement tbii ereninj.   

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